Updated at 10:32 a.m.
Metro said normal service has resumed on the Blue and Yellow lines after earlier troubles at the Braddock Road stop.
Updated at 9:56 a.m.
Make that four out of five of Metro’s rail lines that have had troubles this fine Tuesday morning.
Metro said riders on the Blue and Yellow lines should expect residual delays to Huntington and Franconia because of an earlier train malfunction outside the Braddock Road stop.
At 9:20 a.m., Metro said New Carrollton-bound riders on the Orange Line may experience delays because of a signal problem at Ballston. It said trains are moving.
Riders had plenty of concerns and frustrations on Twitter.
@Metrorailinfo 12 minute wait for a train? Rush hour?
— Justin Kramer (@JCosDC) May 6, 2014
I’m now a true @unsuckdcmetro commuter: Orange train 10 mins behind after 3 stops, now off boarding at Foggy Bottom, out of service.
— Stuart Heiser (@heisers) May 6, 2014
That’s me so close”@Metrorailinfo: Blue/Yellow Line: Expect delays to Huntington & Franconia due to a disabled train outside Braddock Road.”
— Ian (@heedonismbot) May 6, 2014
Updated at 7:49 a.m.
Metro said normal service has resumed at Rockville.
Original post at 7:24 a.m.
Metro riders on the busy Red Line should expect delays Tuesday morning.
There are problems stemming from an earlier disabled train at the Rockville stop. The delays are in the direction of Glenmont.
There were also delays on the Orange Line because of an earlier medical emergency at L’Enfant Plaza stop. Metro said at 7:25 a.m. that all trains are now moving.
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